Students can pay student contribution and tuition fees by logging onto IADT’s online ePayment service: https://epay.iadt.ie/invoice
Please allow 2 working days for your student account balance to update following successful payment.
You just need your IADT student ID, date of birth and a valid credit or debit card to pay your fees. Your student ID starts with the capital letter N, followed by 8 numbers, eg N00123456. Enter your date of birth in the format dd/mm/yyyy.
Before making any payments, you should ensure that the amount you are trying to pay does not exceed any limits placed on your card by its issuer. For example, some cards (especially debit cards) have a daily or individual transaction limit, and you may need to make smaller payments over a few days if paying a larger amount.
Some banks require verification to complete a transaction with a credit or debit card. This may involve sending a code to the phone number associated with the card and account.
- Undergraduate Programme:
- 30 September 2020: 50% of the overall programme fee must be paid
- 31 January 2021: the balance must be paid by this date
- Postgraduate Programme:
Please refer to the Fees Schedule for more details
- Certificate Programme: part-time programmes must be paid in full prior to commencement of course
This service uses encryption technology which offers a high level of security. Payments are made through a secure payment gateway, and 3D security is enabled on this site in conjunction with REALEX and Evalon, thus IADT does not receive any of your card details.
All payments on IADT’s online store are in EURO and your account will be immediately debited. Please note it may take at least 2 working days (or more at peak times) for the payment to be reflected on your student record balance.
The Institute will not accept any liability if payment is refused or declined by the credit/debit card supplier for any reason. It is the responsibility of the payer to ensure payment has been made. Please read the full Online Payment Services Terms & Conditions carefully before using IADT’s online payment facility.
To check what the balance of your outstanding fees is, go to the ePay service, which is also used to make fee payments.
To access this service, you just need your IADT student ID, date of birth. Your student ID starts with the capital letter N, followed by 8 numbers, eg N00123456. Enter your date of birth in the format dd/mm/yyyy
If you have recently made a payment, please allow up to 2 working days for your balance to fully update.
No, the Fees Office cannot accept cash or cheques and do not have the facility to take payments over the telephone.
All payments should be made via the online ePayment service. If you do not have a credit or debit card, please contact the Fees Office.
You will be sent an email detailing fees paid via EPAY. This is your receipt for fees paid and must be kept safely for your records and in order to claim tax relief, etc. Check your junk mail folder as sometimes automated emails can go there rather than delivered to your inbox.
You can pay in full at the beginning of the academic year or you may pay in instalments. No special arrangement is required to do this. However, please note the payment deadlines for your course.
You can pay the balance in as many instalments as you wish and for any amount, however all fees must be paid by the deadlines as outlined on the Fees Schedules for:
Please note, Certificate Programme fees must be paid in full, PRIOR to commencement of course.
When you login to https://epay.iadt.ie/invoice the current balance will display on screen. You can simply overwrite this figure with the amount you wish to pay in that transaction. Then follow the steps to complete the payment. Please be aware, it can take at least 2 working days for the balance to update following an online payment.
Some students experience issues when attempting to make online payments via https://epay.iadt.ie/invoice. Below are some suggestions that may be of assistance, based on other students’ experience:
- We recommend students use the ePayment service on a Desktop PC/Laptop rather than a smart phone or other mobile device.
- Ensure when you are logging in you are entering your Student ID number, starting with a capital letter N (for example N00123456). When entering your date of birth type in the format dd/mm/yyyy (for example 01/01/2000) or choose from the calendar.
- When you first login to ePay, you will be presented with the current balance, if you are paying a different amount at that time, update the value to be paid in this screen, before progressing to enter the credit/debit card details.
- Before making any payments, you should ensure that the amount you are trying to pay does not exceed any limits placed on your card by its issuer. For example, some cards (especially debit cards) have a daily or individual transaction limit and you may need to make smaller payments over a few days if paying a larger amount.
- Some banks require verification to complete a transaction with a credit or debit card. This may involve sending a code to the phone number associated with the card and account. If this is not set, or you don’t enter the code in time, the page may reload. If necessary you may need to contact your bank to update verification details.
- An email will be sent (to the email address entered at the time of the transaction) detailing fees paid following a successful transaction. If you don’t see it, check your junk mail folder as sometimes automated emails can go there rather than delivered to your inbox.
If you have followed these guidelines, and you are still having issues, please get in touch with us via email@example.com
Yes, it is possible for another person to make payments on your behalf, but it is your responsibility to provide the necessary details for them to make the payment online. Please be aware the Fees Office staff cannot discuss fees or related information about your account with a third party.
It is the policy of this Institute not to provide transcripts of results for students with outstanding debts. You will also not be allowed to progress to the next year of your programme or graduate.
include the Student Contribution and Tuition Fees. Both of these have to be paid for every student.
Student Contribution of €3,000
An annual student contribution is payable by all undergraduate students. This amount, subject to change from year to year, includes an examination fee and is payable for each year of study. Students who receive a grant may have this contribution partially or fully covered depending on the level and type of grant received. The student contribution of €3,000 (2020/2021 rate) is payable by all undergraduate students
Tuition Fees of €819
EU Students enrolled on full-time undergraduate programmes with no prior third level education will qualify for Free Tuition Fees (subject to certain criteria – see www.studentfinance.ie or www.hea.ie for further information) under the HEA ‘Free Fees’ initiative.
Non-EU students (Undergraduate) will not normally qualify for free tuition; they have to pay the non-EU fee. The non-EU fee is in the region of €13,500 per annum. In some cases, non-EU students may qualify to pay fees at the EU rate. Please see Info or contact the Fees Office for more information.
Postgraduate courses comprise of just Tuition fees payable by the student. Please refer to the Postgraduate Fees schedule for a breakdown of fees by postgraduate course title
Non-EU Students (Postgraduate) have to pay the non-EU fee. The non-EU fee is in the region of €16,000 per programme. In some cases, non-EU students may qualify to pay fees at the EU rate. Please contact the Fees Office for more information
Tuition fees may be paid in respect of full-time undergraduate students under the Free Fees Initiative. Students who are eligible for the Free Fees Initiative are required to pay a student contribution charge of €3,000 per year.
Please see https://hea.ie/funding-governance-performance/funding/student-finance/course-fees/ for eligibility criteria and more information.
All undergraduate students are required to complete a Student Declaration Form to assess your eligibility for the Free Fees initiative. You may also be required to get confirmation from the third level you previously attended.
The rules in relation to claiming tax relief on fees paid can be found from: http://www.revenue.ie/en/tax/it/leaflets/it31.html.
Receipts are issued via email following a payment transaction via the online ePayment service. Please retain these for your records.
Grants are administered by Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI). See www.susi.ie or www.studentfinance.ie for information. Decisions regarding eligibility are made by SUSI and not IADT. If a grant is approved, SUSI communicates the relevant details to IADT for processing of fees.
Please refer to the Student Services page for financial advice and information on supports including Student Assistance Fund, 1916 ‘Leaders and Learners’ Bursary 2020/21, Students Union Financial Support etc.
In the event of a programme being cancelled or the student’s subsequent withdrawal from the Institute, a refund may be made in accordance with Institute policy. Refunds, if applicable, will be made to the credit/debit card used for the original transaction.
There are financial consequences of leaving a course prematurely. For more information, refer to http://www.iadt.ie/study/current-student-info/leaving-or-withdrawing-from-iadt
The Fees and Grants Office is part of the Academic + Student Affairs Office. Our contact information is:
- Linda Doyle at 01 239 4722
- Emma Fry at 01 239 4624
To help us help you, please provide your IADT Student ID number whenever you are contacting us. And if you are emailing us, where possible, please use your IADT Student email address.
All communication from the Fees + Grants Office and the Academic + Student Affairs Office is sent to the student’s IADT student email address. It is your responsibility to check your IADT student email regularly. If necessary, we may need to contact you by telephone.
Please ensure you advise the Academic and Student Affairs Office if you change address or telephone number.